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Drew Brees is suffering from fractured ribs, A Message For Saints Fans

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Drew Brees who is the New Orleans Saint quarterback, is not participating for some couple of games, since he is suffering from serious injuries.

Apparently, Brees is reportedly dealing with some health serious injuries, he was removed from Sunday’s win over the San Francisco 49ers, where he was reportedly has a collapsed lung and rib fractures.

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The superstar quarterback is reportedly dealing with some pretty serious injuries. Brees, who was removed from Sunday’s win over the San Francisco 49ers, reportedly has a collapsed lung and multiple fractured ribs.

According to report, Brees is unsure on the period of time he has to stay before returning to start for the Saints.

“Brees is suffering from three fractured ribs on his left side and two on the right, possibly more, according to the source. Doctors have cautioned Brees to be especially careful with the damage to his lung”.

The club head coach “Sean Payton” has disclosed that Brees won’t start this week, New Orleans will be either Jameis Winston or Taysom Hill under center.

Meanwhile, Brees appears to be good according to his recent photos on Instagram which captioned;

“Who Dat Nation: I’ve got the best medical team in the world…will be back in no time!”

I think Saints are set and can afford to take on the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday without Brees. New Orleans is 7-2 on season.

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